“SWU gave me the foundation I needed to be where I am today,” he said.
I know spending time with God, friends and family, and writing fill me up. I know I have sacrificed what is fueling for what is immediate and/or acceptable.
God’s view of healing may be different than yours.
In the still mounting Ebola crisis, Wesleyans worldwide are urged to help through faithful prayers and generous giving to the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund.
A nurse and former missionary kid in Sierra Leone, Kim Kargbo, joins Carrie Jo Cain and Dr. Diane Foley to help fight the spread of Ebola. Read about their upcoming trip and urgent prayer requests.
The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone is the greatest ever in the history of the deadly disease. See what is happening this week and how you can help stop it!
Kim Lawson never understood why God allowed her battle with rheumatoid arthritis to continue. Then she began to meet others who needed encouragement as they battled their own disease.